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in south florida. he took issue with his opponent's promise of, quote, real change. listen. >> here's the thing, florida. we know what change looks like. what governor romney is offering ain't it. giving more power back to the biggest banks, that's not change. another $5 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy, that's not change. refusing to answer questions about the details of your policies until after the election, that's definitely not change. >> president obama's next stop just down i-71 from where i'm standing right now. he's going to be in cincinnati, then it's out west to colorado before he calls it a night. >> by wait, you see this lovely young woman? we're going to let her ride with me in my limo to the high school, okay? >> great. >> we're going to go have a cup of coffee. >> she's too young to vote, but you could still call her vice preside president biden's new bff, best friend forever. he made a stop at a nearby high school. the 17-year-old told him that the rally was at her school but she couldn't go because she had to work. so the vp gave her and her twin brother a ride to
, don, we have been on the battleground bus state tour from florida to ohio. people understand the economy is improving. but the real debate is whether it is fast enough and whether mitt romney could have done a better job. in toledo, ohio, today, one of the battle ground counties of ohio, the must win buckeye state, i spoke to mayor bell, he put it out that january 2009, unemployment here was 12.6% in this county. today it is around 7.5, lower than the national average. that is a measurable improvement. that doesn't mean the economy is going on all cylinders right now. but there is measurable improvement, and that becomes -- for big debate, romney saying he could have proved things faster, president obama saying don't return us to policies that got us here in the first place. >> but, ali, when you look at the unemployment rate in ohio now is 7%, below the national average, will people give -- will voters give that credit to john kasich, the republican governor here or does that go to the president? >> that's a good question. yeah. that's exactly the question. in a number of th
the money or can boro money for tuition n florida the governor is proposing something interesting, challenging state colleges to create a bachelor degree program that costs $10,000, tuition fees, everything. at least seven schools have signed up. joining us now, steven wallace in jacksonville. his school is considering the challenge right now. welcome. thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> good morning, carol. >> good morning. in theory this sounds loik a great idea. why not just say yes? >> we're intrigued by the concept. we're exploring the best way to approach this. and i believe that we absolutely will accept the governor's challenge and develop one or more bachelor's degrees at that target price. >> you have to give up something to offer a college degree for just ten grand. what do you give up? professors teaching classes, do you use grad students, give up on the research part of the degree? >> first of all, as you indicated, to manage the faculty costs but also corporate support. with the faculty costs, we have to be very selective about the programs, degree p
, is time reasoning out for mitt romney? and why he won't be returning to florida. morning starts in high spirits, but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long the wheels of progress haven't been very active lately. but because of business people like you, things are beginning to get rolling. and regions is here to help. making it easier with the expertise and service to keep those wheels turning. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. >>> here we go. five days left until the election and the president is back today on the campaign trail. he took off monday, tuesday and wednesday to tend to hurricane sandy, and of course, its aftermath. but here
miles away. >>> and it took some days, but we have a winner in florida, president obama won in florida based on projections before today's noon deadline. >>> and we're learning today that an e-mail investigation sparked the surprise resignation of director david petraeus. sources say the affair came to light because the fbi looked into a complaint that the biographer, paula broadwell, was sending harassing e-mails to another woman. tom, it is good to see you. wish it was a better story that we were talking about. but why would the fbi investigate the cia e-mails? why is this something the agency would handle internally? >> because the fbi has jurisdiction if someone uses the internet to threaten another person. so that is where the investigation began. it was not against director petraeus. it was because threats were being received over the internet. and since they're coming into someone working at cia headquarters, and particularly in the executive area, that prompted the fbi to go ahead and investigate the threat. >> okay, so the big concern here, then, that an outsider could have ac
row, the execution is pending in florida. so i think it is an attempt. multiple things going on here, he wants to prolong the execution, because if he has information, they will say give him the stay, we'll find out what he knows. also, it is full of information, the family members are sort of all jumping on this bandwagon, so i am not sure there is a lot of credence. the evidence just doesn't match any of the other murders that he committed. and the other murders are women that he was involved with sexually. that he just met, he was not a robber, per se, just a cold-blooded killer. and these patterns, they don't fit. >> are they just looking into it? >> he made claims, claims he took a gold angel pen off of nicole after he murdered her, mailed it to his mother, said wear it during one of the murder trials. so of course they're going to go back and interview him, did she have a pen on, people snapped photos. they will look for any kind of physical evidence that will corroborate this story. he also claims now that he was partying with her and went in there to paint her house. they wil
to a deadly shooting in florida. a man fires into a car full of teenagers killing a 17-year-old. the death of jordan davis is already being compared to the trayvon martin case where an unarmed black teen was shot by a volunteered neighborhood watch. the lawyer for the accused in this case says there is no comparison. i want to bring in martin savidge who has been following the story for us. why does she say that? what are the similarities and differences here? >> there are a couple of things. it was black friday, 7:40 at night. four teens, all african-americans, sitting at a gas station and then pulls up this gentleman who is white, 45 years old, and starts complaining about the loud music. everybody admits that it's loud. somehow that complaint turns into a confrontation. claims that one of the young men starts cursing at him and making threats and then he says that somebody pointed a gun in his direction. he happened to have his own concealed was licensed to have and he fired eight or nine shots into the suv and then amazingly he drives off. he says he didn't know that he left behind a y
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their quarterback turned their season around against florida, when aaron murray picked himself up off the deck, a horrible game, got it together in the second half and they have been pretty much unstoppable ever since. but georgia has only played two ranked teams, one south carolina beat georgia. alabama, they are alabama. they find a way to answer. now, they did lose to texas a&m but found themselves back in the s.e.c. championship and facing georgia. battle of quarterbacks. i mentioned murray. the other quarterback to pay attention to is aj mccarron of alabama. he's a caretaker, not a spectacular player, but doesn't make a lot of mistakes and had a huge signature drive on the road against lsu to beat the tigers. so those two quarterbacks don't make a lot of mystics and whoever runs the ball more effectively. did i cover it? >> yeah, you covered that. let's talk about something i really know, pro football. eagles-panthers, philadelphia. >> how about that monday-nighter? >> i know. i just continue to worry about andy reid because he looks so pathetic. >> yeah, it's been a very rough year for t
all tomorrow. carol cost ello is in "newsroom." >>> florida socialite whose name keeps popping up in the wrong places. lawsuits, foreclosures and an 911 call. >> i'm honorary consul general so i have inviolability so, um, they should not be able to cross my property. >> who is she and why does she have such powerful friends? >> hiding in the sand and changing his appearance. now he's talking about his end game. you'll hear more from him. >>> think you're feeling pain at the pump? these jordanians are warning their king rising gas prices could cost him his throne. >>> warning, wanke, you may be driving too close to another car. >> oh, my gosh! >> new technology that could save lives on the road. >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining us this morning. more new details on jill kelley, the tampa socialite linked to a respected marine corps general and widening sex scandal. each day it seems more and more loik a bad reality tv show. we've seen kelley march in front of the cameras in a different brightly colored dress each day. now there are report th
just received this video, this is jill kelly leaving her family's home in tampa, florida, earlier this afternoon. let's turn to suzanne kelly, our cnn intelligence correspondent. suzanne, jill kelly went to the fbi sometime late last summer saying, she had gotten some harassing e-mails, how did those e-mails lead to the sexual affair that undid david petraeus? >> a government source who is familiar with the investigation confirms to cnn the fbi probe that led to that resignation of the director on friday was announced after jill kelly contacted them about e-mail she said she received and she thought was threatening. and it turned out to be from paula broadwell. the source says the e-mail was jealous in tone but did not know more about the content of it or if there was more than one e-mail. the source said kelly went to the fbi in tampa where she lives and despite living in tampa, capitol hill has been known to be on the washington social circuit. according to this government source who had actually met her at a washington party, ted. >> now, is there any suggestion that the relati
. >>> 50 minutes past the hour. checking our top stories now, allen west, the florida republican congressman running for re-election conceded to challenger patrick murphy two weeks after the election. on his facebook page west wrote i will not ask my generous supporters to help fund a a drawn out, expensive legal effort with little chance of success. >>> a former trader who lost ubs more than $2 billion has been found guilty. he was convicted on two counts of fraud. >>> and it could be a choppy day for stocks. investors are watching the middle east conflict and europe's debt problem. stocks are down about 50 points right now. people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot before you sw
the job. imagine next to florida there was al qaeda state shooting missiles continuously on miami, what would you do? would you just reach a cease-fire with it or would you -- >> would you say finish the job, though? is a military solution possible? >> yes, it is. terror can be defeated. we hear this question many times, and the answer is, yes, if you're very determined, to fight terror, you can win. we did it in 2002. we had hundreds of suicide bombers coming into israel and we went out and stopped terror and we won. tel aviv and jerusalem it not incurring constant terror attacks anymore because terror has to be dealt with in faith and not in -- not negotiated with terrorists. that's a big mistake. i think many israelis feel we stopped short of defeating the terrorists this time around. >> i appreciate your perspective. and we -- as we heard from the head of hamas, speaking in cairo in the last hour, more negotiations will begin within 24 hours over the next step, what happens next, if the cease-fire holds over the next 24 hours. appreciate you joining us as well. we'll be right back.
. the real tradition of this is started in 1960 with kennedy meeting nixon in florida, and since then it's pretty much pro forma. what is 50-50 is whether a friendship gets developed out of this kind of lunch. >> this is the kind of thing that we take for granted in the united states. you really have to think about it, when there is no peaceful transition. >> well, you know, i recently wrote about the kennedy assassination, and it's amazing. here our president was killed in dallas in 1963, and in many countries people would go riot in the streets, but in america lyndon johnson was sworn in, and it's a smooth transition of power. look at gore verse bush in 2000. went all the way to the supreme court, but there they were breaking bread together, vice president gore and then incoming president bush. it is what -- what we're seeing today the healthy side of our democracy. >> all right. douglas brinkley, thank you. good to see you, as always. >>> i want to turn to another story here. we are going to boston. these are aerial shots here of a train crash in boston. we understand reports that as
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